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  • Name Jasper FARMAR 
    Suffix Sr. 
    Born of Ardevalaine, County Tipperary, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Gender Male 
    Will 25 Sep 1685 
    Died Bef 10 Nov 1685  At sea Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Probate 2 Jan 1686  Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location 
    Notes 
    • (1) Cox, Lewis D., "Farmar of Ardevalaine, County Tipperary, Ireland and of Whitemarsh, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania," in Genealogies of Pennsylvania Families from the Pennsylvania Genealogical Magazine, Vol. I, Baltimore, MD: Genealogical Publishing Co., Inc., 1982, pp. 496-507:

      JASPER FARMAR, Gentleman, of Ardevalaine, County Tipperary, Ireland, a Major in the British Army, (said to have been son of one Robert Farmar slain in battle in Ireland in 1616, and grandson of Sir George Fermor, Knt., of Easton Neston, Northamptonshire, England), died testate at sea, on board the Ship Bristol Merchant. The vessel was bound for Philadelphia and arrived at that port 10th 9th month (November) 1685. Major Farmar had agreed with William Penn in 1682 for the purchase of 5,000 acres, to be laid out in Pennsylvania, which had been patented 31 January 1683/4 to the Major and his sons Richard Farmar and Jasper Farmar, Jr.

      The Major's widow Mary, his sons Edward, John, Robert and Charles Farmar, daughters Katherine and Sarah Farmar, son-in-law Thomas Webb, and step-son Edward Batsford, who had set sail from Ireland with him, all arrived in the said ship. His son Jaspar Farmar, Jr., of Garranekinnefeake, County Cork, Ireland, either had died in that place or on the same voyage to Pennsylvania. Katherine Farmar, widow of Jaspar Farmar, Jr., their son Thomas Farmar, and daughters Elizabeth and Katharine Farmar, however, all arrived at Philadelphia on the Bristol Merchant with Major Farmar's widow.

      It has been stated in certain English publications that Major Jasper Farmar married "the eldest daughter of Anthony Gamble, Esq., of County Cork, Ireland." It can now be added that he married secondly by 1671 MARY BATSFORD, a widow whose maiden surname has not been recovered here. She, as "Mary Farmar, widdow and relict of Major Jasper Farmar of Ireland," died testate in Philadelphia between 30 October 1686 and 15 March 1686/7, devising her estate to her sons Edward Batsford and Edward Farmar, and daughter Sarah Farmar. The latter are only two of the eleven named as his children in the will of her late husband. Since her will entrusted her daughter Sarah Farmar to the care of the latter's "sister-in-law Katherine Farmar,"- evidently referring to Katherine (Batsford) Farmar, widow of her stepson Jasper Farmar, Jr., it appears that said Katherine was probably the eldest daughter of the testatrix by a previous marriage to one Batsford.

      EXHIBITS IN EVIDENCE

      The Bristoll Merchant John Stephens Commander Arrived here the 10th of 9th Month 1681. The Passengers names are as followeth viz:

      Jasper Farmer, Senior his Family: Mary Farmer, widdow, Edward Farmer, Edward Batsford, Sarah Farmer, John Farmer, Robert Farmer, Katherine Farmer, Charles Farmer.

      Jasper Farmer Juniors family: Thomas Farmer, Katherine Farmer, widdow, Elizabeth Farmer, Katherine Farmer, Junior.

      Their Servants are as followeth viz: Doane Daly, Philip Mayow and Helen his wife, John Mayow, John Whitloe, Nicholas Whitloe, Thomas Younge & his wife. William Winter, George Fisher, Arthur Smith, Thomas Alferry, Henry Wells, Robert Wilkison, Elizabeth Mayow, Martha Mayow, Sarah Binke, Shebe Orevan, Andrew Walbridge.

      Thomas Webb and Danniell his son.

      Thomas Webbs servants are as followeth: John Beltshire, John Robinson, Richard fford, James Banbury, Thomas Case, Henry fford, John ffox, Derby Haley, Joseph Case, Thomas Burke, John Garrett, John Mehone, David Quinn, Mary Widdam, Prudence Stuart, Katherine Robinson, Richard Muske.

      Nicholas Scull, free. His servants are as followeth: Samuell Hall, Cornelious Davye, George Gooding, Miles Morin, Daniell Morin, John Ward, Mary Cantrell.

      Tho: Carters family: Thomas Carter senior, Frances his wife, Thomas his sonn, Henry his sonn, John his sonn, Ann his daughter.

      Jonathan Thatcher. From "A Partial List of the Familes Who Arrived at Philadelphia Between 1682 and 1687," PMHB, . . . supra., VIII (1884). 336.

      The 5,000 acre "Whitemarsh Tract" labelled Jasper Farmer / Maj. Jasper Farmer, lying between Plymouth Township on the north, the Manor of Springfield on the south, and Schuylkill River on the west, is so shown on Thomas Holme's Map of the Improved Parts of the Province of Pennsylvania. A facsimile has been reproduced in J. Thomas Scharf and Thompson Westcott, History of Philadelphia, 1609-1884 (Philadelphia 1884) I, 108.

      By deed of 23 April 1685, Richard Farmer of Arderrack, Co. Corke, Ireland, gent., conveyed to Thomas Webb of Racannon, Co. Limerick, gent., for £144,4 sterling money of England, his one-quarter part of 5,000 acres granted by patent and which by mutual consent of the patentees is to be divided by the Surveyor General resident in Pennsylvania, together with his share of such goods and servants as were carried over there. Said deed recites that by Patent of 5,000 acres, William Penn, Governor of Pennsylvania, granted to Major Jasper Farmer, gent., Jasper Farmer, Jr. of Garranekinnefeake, Co. Corke, gent., and to said Richard Farmer, and there being made the same division of all such goods and servants as were transported and carried over by Jasper Farmer, Jr., at such time when be purchased and got a patent of the land aforesaid. . . . Witnesses: Jasper Farmer, Nicholas Scull, Thomas Young, Wm. Robinson. Recorded 1 12m 1685 in Deed Book E-1-5, 156, whence this abstract. The Patent mentioned in this deed was dated 31 11m 1683/4, signed by William Penn at Philadelphia, and recorded 1 12m 1681/4 in Patent Book A, 3, a copy of which is to be found in Exemplification Book I, 3.

      By deed of 24 December 1685, Thomas Webb of Philadelphia, late of Racannon, Co. Limerick, Ireland, gent., conveyed to Mrs. Mary Farmer of Farmerstown, Co. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, "late of Tipperary in the Kingdom of Ireland," for £144,4, money of England his quarter share of 5,000 acres. Said deed recites that by Patent for 5,000 acres granted by William Penn, Esq., Governor of Pennsilvania, to Major Jasper Farmer of Ardevalaine in Co. Tipperary, Richard Farmer of Ardrath, Co. Cork, gent., and Jasper Farmer of Garranekinnefeake, Co. Cork, gent., the one moiety or half of which is the property of Jasper Farmer, Sr., one quarter part which is property of Richard Farmer, and the other quarter part which is the property of Jasper Farmer, Jr., as aforesaid. That said Richard Farmer assigned unto said Thomas Webb for £144, 4, sterling money of England all his right and title in his said fourth part of the said 5,000 acres "and his property of such goods and servants as were carried over by the said Jasper Farmer, Jr. when the Patent was granted." Said Thomas Webb's quarter share of the 5,000 acres, which by mutual consent of the parties named in the Patent is to be equally divided by the Surveyor General in Pennsylvania, as well as said goods and servants, is hereby conveyed to Mary Farmer. . . . Witnesses: Tho. Holme, Robert Turner, Edward Batsford, Saml Hunt. Acknowledged in Open Court 3 12m 1685 and recorded 10 12m 1685 in Deed Book E-1-5, 174, whence this abstract.

      "At a Special Meting at the Governors on Monday the 19th of October 1767: Peter Robeson agt Jno. Morris, On Caveat:

      "On hearing the Allegations of the Parties & inspecting their Papers The Case appeared to be as follows: Major Jasper Farmer agreed with William Penn, Esq'r for the purchase of 5000 A's of Land in Pennsylvania A. D. 1682. On his passage over, Jasper Farmer dyed leaving a Widow and three Sons Jasper, Richard & Edward. Jan'y 31, 1683/4 Jasper the Son, applied for & procured a patent for 5000 A's (in behalf of his Father, his Brother Richard & himself) part of the Lands called by the Indians Umbelicamence containing 5000 A's one end of which fronteth upon the River Schuylkill.

      "It does not appear that any survey was ever made in Consequence of this Patent, but it is alledged that William Penn with his own hands marked a Tree, for a beginning near the Indian Town Umbelicamence.

      "Jasper the Son dyed and left his Share of the said Land to his wife Catharine who afterwards married one Billup. Richard also dyed Edward only survived.

      "Feb'y 7th 1689. A Warrant directed to Thomas Holmes Surveyor General Reciting that the heirs and assigns of the two Jasper Farmers were desirous of having their parts in Severalty. The said Surveyor General was ordered to survey to Edward Farmer 3750 A's and to Catharine Farmer now Billup 1250 A's in such Form & manner as they their Guardians & Attornies should agree.

      "Feb'y 14 1689. In pursuance of this Warrant on the 14th Feb'y '89 3750 A's were laid out for Edward Farmer beginning at the Tree marked by the proprietary & 1250 Acres were surveyed to the Widow Catharine above the Mill Tract.

      "April 10th 1690. In pursuance of the Warrant dated Feb'y 7th 1689 & surveyed the 14th Feb'y 1689 A patent passed the said Catharine for the s'd 1250 A's.

      "12thmo 11th 1689 90. A Warrant was granted to William Markham for 513 A's of Land lying between the Tracts of Catharine & Edward.

      "12thmo 22 1689, 90. In pursuance of this Warrant was surveyed & laid out 513 A's & the 5th of the 2nd Month 1690 was returned into the Secretaries Office.

      "2dmo 9th 1690. A patent was granted to the said William Markham under whom John Morris now claims. . . . The Farmer Family never made any objection against this patent of Markham till now & there has been an uninterrupted Possession under it more than 70 years. Peter Robeson claims as one of the heirs of Edward Farmer and insists that this Land is within the first purchase of Jasper and Sons as above stated. And the Governor, considering that there never was any survey made of the said 5000 A's till those of Edward and the Widow of Jasper which contained the whole 5000 A's, and considering the long and uninterrupted possession under Markham's parent, is of the opinion that Peter Robeson has no legal or equitable Claim to the Land in Dispute and therefore Orders the Caveat to be dismissed." (Minutes of the Board of Property, Pennsylvania Archives, 3rd Series, I, 196.)

      "In the name of God, Amen. I, Major Jasper Farmer being weak in health but in perfect memory blessed be God doe make this my last Will and testament in manner and forms following that is to say, Imprimus, I give and bequeath my Soule into the hands of Almighty God that gave it and my body to be buryed wherever it shall please the Lord I dye. Secondly, I give and bequeath to my dear wife Mrs Mary Farmer one third of all my estate and stock in Pensilvania in America and the other two thirds of all my estate and stock to my sonn Edward Farmer. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Sarah Farmer fower hundred pounds ster. Item, I give and bequeath to my sonn John Farmer three hundred pounds ster. Item, I give and bequeath to my daughter Katherine Farmer the sum of three hundred pounds ster. Item, I give and bequeath to my sonn Robert Farmer three hundred pounds ster. Item, I give and bequeath to my sonn Charles Farmer the sume of three hundred pounds ster. Item, I give and bequeath unto my sister Alice Scull the sume of 10 pounds ster. Item, I give and bequeath unto my sonns Richard Farmer and Samuel Farmer and my daughter Webber in Ireland tenn shillings a peece to bye them mourning rings, and to my sonn Jasper Farmer and daughter Web tenn shillings a peece to buy them rings. Item, I appoynt and make my son Edward Farmer and my wife Mary Farmer my executors of this my last will and testament, and all the abovesaid legacies to be payed out of my estate in Ireland and in Pensilvania. Item, lastly I do appoynt Catn Thomas Holmes of Philadelphia and Wm Turner late of Dublin but now of Philadelphia in Pensilvania, Linnen Draper, boath of them overseers of this my last Will and testament, 7ber ye 25th '85. (signed) J Farmar Witness present: Edward Farmar, Saml Hunt." Endorsed on outside: Jasper Farmar's will 1685 #20 Probed in forme of Law ye 2d of ye 11 mo 1685 Registered book A: fol: 25 #20. Transcript of photostatic copy of original will in Collections of the Genealogical Society of Pennsylvania, hereafter cited as GSP.

      Bond: "Know all men by these p'sent that we Mary Farmer of Philadelphia in the Province of Pensilvania, widdow, and Edward Farmer her son, of Philadelphia aforesaid, & Thomas Holme of Philadelphia in the Province aforesaid, Surveyor General, are holden & stand firmly bound unto Christopher Taylor, Register General of the Province of Pensilvania aforesaid, in the sume of two thousand pounds of good lawful money of the said Province, to be paid to the said Christopher Taylor or his certaine Attorney, Executors or Adminst. To which payment well & truly to be made we bind us and either of us, our and either of our, heires, executors, administrators or assigns, firmly by these p'sents. Sealed with our seale, dated the second day of the eleventh month, being the first year of the King's Reign & the 5th of the Proprietary's Government, Anoque Dom. 1685

      "The Condition of this Obligation is such that if the above bound Mary Farmer & Edward Farmer and Thomas Holme, or any of them, their, or any of their heirs, executors, adminstrs. or Assigns of any of them do & shall well & truly satisfy, discharge & pay all the just debts of Jasper Farmer, Senr., late of the Kingdom of Ireland, Gent. decd., and also well & faithfully to pay and discharge the several legacies to the persons mentioned in the last Will & Testament of the said Jasper Farmer, deceased, bearing date the 25th of the seventh month in the year abovesaid, according to the true meaning thereof & of a probate of this date to the same annexed & thereof save harmless the said Christopher Taylor, his heires or assigner, that then this obligation to be void or else to remain in full power & virtue. (signed) Mary Farmar, Tho. Holme. Sealed & delivered in the presence of Tho. Webb, Philip H. Lehnmann, Jos. Vaughan senr." Transcript of photostatic copy, supra.

      Deposition: "Major Jasper Farmer to his son Richard Farmer. Be it remembered that Samuel Hunt of Philadelphia in the province of Pensilvania, being legally attested before me Humphrey Morrey, one of the justices of the peace of the County of Philadelphia, Deposeth and saith as followeth, that is to say, That he this Deponent, about the tenth day of September which was in the year 1685, saw a certain Deed from Major Jasper Farmer to Richard Farmer, of that date, sealed and executed by the said Major Farmar unto the said Richard Farmar for a certain ferme purchased by the said Major from one Sir Boyle Maynard, and upon delivery thereof this Deponent heard the said Major demand of Richard Farmar whether he was satisfied and whether he owed him anything. Whereunto the said Richard answered that the said Major owed him nothing upon any account whatever, or words to that effect. And this Deponent further saith that he, this Deponent, was desired by Major Jasper Farmar, since deceased to draw his the said Jasper's last Will and Testament, dated the twenty fifth day of September 1685, which Will this Deponent drew according to his directions, and which said Will and Testament he the said Major Jasper Farmer, being of sound and perfect memory, at the same time did seal and execute and publish in this Deponent's and Edward Farmar's presence, who have subscribed their names as witnesses thereunto. In witness whereof the said Deponent hath hereunto set his hand the 8th day of the 5th month July 1687. (signed) Saml Hunt. Attested by and before me, the day and year aforesaid Humphrey Morrey." Recorded 9th of 5th month 1687 in Philadelphia Letters of Attorney Book D-2-4, 166, now in Bureau of Land Records, Department of Internal Affairs, Harrisburg.

      "In the name of God, Amen. I, Mary Farmar, widdow and relict of Major Jasper Farmar of Ireland, being weak in health but in perfect memory, blessed by God, doe make this my last Will and Testament in manner and forme followeing, that is to say, Imprimis, I give and bequeath my Soule into the hand of my God my Creator who give it me, and who alone is able to keepe it, and my body to be buried with or neare my children in this towne of Philadelphia. Secondly, after my burial it is my will that any debts be paid unto my sonne Edward Batsforth of which I am indebted to him, which is fifty-three pound starling money of England, twenty pound more of the same money brought over in shoes, and five pound more for two pieces of serge, in all amounting to seventy-eight pound starling money of England. Item, I do give and bequeath unto my before named sonne Edward Batsforth the plantation lately bought of Mr. Robert Jeffes at Frankford and will that the said plantation be paid out of the goods in the store heare in this towne. I do give and bequeath unto him the things followeing, that is to say, two fine pares of sheets, foure pares course sheets, foure pellowbeare, two beds, two bolsters, two pellows, two caddus, the courtins I use to lay in, and all appurtenances of the same, half a dozen pewter dishes of all sizes, six silver spoones, two silver porengers. Item, I give and bequeath unto my daughter Serah Farmar foure dozen doulas napkins, one dozen of damask, one dozen of drapes ditto, six table cloths of the like kind, six pares of fine sheets, six pellow beares, one silver sugar boxe, foure silver spoones, all my wearing apparill, all my rings, botkings, goulden locketts, and twenty pound in gould, and it is my will that my before named Sarah be and continue with her sister in law Katherine Farmar during her nonage or until she be married, requesting my daughter Farmar to have the oversight of her and her education and that her diet, appareill, and learning be paid out of the interest of her portion in Irland. Item, I give and bequeath to my sonne Edward Farmar my two brick houses in the city of Philadelphia, with the lott and backhouse thereupon and all thereunto belonging, and all other house or houses upon the said lott, and another house which I have bought in the same towne of Philadelphia near unto Dr. Wines lott in the same city or towne. Item, I give unto him all the cattles and horses that I have upon the plantation called Farmers Towne, with all the lands and tenements of the same, both to him and his heirs, executors, administrators and assigns, forever, as also the mill, and that parcel of land which I bought of Thomas Webb, and all other things therein or thereupon together with all chattels, goods, moveable and unmoveable whatever they be, as gould, silver, marchandise, furnitures, linnen, plate, pewter, whatever they be, and also all debts, book debts, bills, bounds, specialteye, in what part of the World they may be dew to me or appertaining.

      "Item, it is my will that my son Edward Farmar shall and doe pay yearly and every year five pounds starling unto my faithful servant maiden Elizabeth Mayo during his natural life, and if he outlive her, to pay the same unto her during her owne naturall life onely, which sum I do give and bequeath unto her as a reward unto her for her faithfulness to me. Item, I do give and bequeath unto my daughter Katherine Farmer a bundle bound up in a hare trunck which is my trunck, knowne by that name. Item, I appoint and make my sonne Edward Farmer my soule executor of this my last will and testament and of all the abovesaid legacies to be paid out of my estate abovesaid in Pennsilvania, and for as much as he is not of age to mind and do his business, it is my will and request that he be, until it please God he comes to age, under the wardeship of Nicholas More, Esq., of this Province, and that the said More be pleased to be his guardian during the said time. In witness of this my Iast will and testament, I have set my hand and seale this one and thartieth day of the month of October in the year one thousand six hundred eighty and six in Philadelphia in Pennsilvania and in the presence of the witnesses hereunto annexed. (signed) Mary Farmar." (Heraldic seal: a fess between 3 lions beads, Fermor-Farmar). Witnesses: John Farmar, Jacob Chapman, John Vaus. Endorsed on reverse: Mary Farmers Will 1686 Probed in forme of Law 1: 5th mo (July) 1687 & registered Book A: fol: 45 #32. Transcript of photostatic copy of the original will in GSP.

      The inventory of the personal estate of Mary Farmar, made at Philadelphia 15 and 29 1m (March) 1687 "at the desire of John Goodson of the town and County of Philadelphia, chirugeon, guardian elected and chosen by Edward Farmer, son of the deceased Jasper and Marie Farmer, to him and his estate, by reason of the death of Nicholas More, guardian by the nomination of him in the last will & testament of his said mother "shows a total appraisal of £351,15,3½. Included with the foregoing will is the bond of John Goodson, dated 2 5m (July) 1687 which is not abstracted here. In addition there is also a schedule of "servants to Jasper Farmar Sr.":

      John Welsh to serve me 4 yeares to commens at his arrival there, he to have (at) ye expiration of his time a new suit of cloths with 50 acres of land according to ye costom of ye country.

      John Billon ye same, Carigon

      Daniel Berrin ye toe sutes of cloths and land as the last.

      William Forest for fife yeares, at ye expiration of fower, fifty acres of land according to custom with a howse to be built on it by me & two sutes of clothes with 20 shill. in monie.

      Ishmael Grube for foure yeares, to have land as aforesd with five pounds in monie at ye expiration of the toe first yeares.

      Edward Smout & his wife Elizabeth for 4 yeares, to have for the three last yeares 50d a yeare with land according to costom of the Country, with a new sute of cloths.

      Jacob Prige for foure yeares, to have ye last three yeares 50d a yeare with land according to ye costom of ye Country.

      George Booth is to serve 2 yeares after his arrival in PensiIvana, allowing him meat, drink, washing and lodging and cloths.

      As per increase (of) Youghall, Richard Choson. Mr (Master of the Ship).

      Children of Major Jasper Farmar and his first wife Miss Gamble, the second to tenth inclusive named in his will of 21 September 1685: . . .

      i. ELIZABETH FARMAR, m. in 1669 JAMES DOWLEN of Youghall, Co. Cork, Ireland, merchant, by Friends' ceremony there. He d. there testate in 1682. She was not named in her father's will, presumably having pre-deceased him.

      ii. RICHARD FARMAR, b. in or bef. 1653; d. testate in 1691 in Arderrack, Co. Cork, Ireland; m. in 1671 ELIZABETH PHAIRE. . .

      iii. JASPER FARMAR, JR., b. in or bef. 1653; d. intestate in 1685. . . .

      iv. SAMUEL FARMAR, b. in or bef. 1657; remained in Ireland. . . .

      v. A daughter who m. THOMAS WEBB of Racannon, Co. Limerick, Ireland, gent. He gave a receipt for her dowry on 4 June 1682. She apparently died on the voyage to Pennsylvania, but her husband Thomas Webb and son Daniel Webb arrived at Philadelphia 10 Nov. 1685 in the Ship Bristol Merchant as abovesaid.

      vi. MARY FARMAR, m. MICHAEL WEBBER of the City of Cork, Ireland, gent., and gave a receipt for her dowry on 10 Sept. 1685. One Michael Webber of Cork, gent., d. testate there in 1749.

      vii. JOHN FARMAR, arrived at Philadelphia in the Ship Bristol Merchant on 10 Nov. 1685 with the family as abovesaid, but no further evidences of him are found in Philadelphia public records. He is said to have "married in 1686 MARY HAYLES, and was father of John Farmar of Youghall, Co. Cork. Ireland, who died in 1740 leaving, by his wife Alphra Garde, a son George Farmar, Royal Navy, 1732-1779."

      viii. KATHERINE FARMAR, arrived at Philadelphia in the Bristol Merchant on 10 Nov. 1685 with the family, as abovesaid; no further record.

      ix. ROBERT FARMAR, arrived at Philadelphia in the Bristol Merchant as abovesaid; no further record.

      x. CHARLES FARMAR, arrived at Philadelphia in the Bristol Merchant as abovesaid; no further record. These last three children were possibly deceased by 31 Oct. 1686, the date of the will of Mary Farmar, widow of Major Jasper Farmar, wherein she ordered her burial to be "with or near my children in this towne of Philadelphia," as per the transcript of the will recited supra.

      Children of Major Jasper Farmer and his second wife Mary Batsford, named in both their wills, 25 September 1685 and 31 October 1686: . . .

      xi. EDWARD FARMAR, b. in 1672; d. 3 Nov. 1745, Whitemarsh Twp., Philadelphia (now Montgomery) Co. . . .

      xii. SARAH FARMAR, arrived at Philadelphia in the Bristol Merchant with the family as abovesaid. As she was a minor at the time of her mother's death, she was entrusted to the care of her step-sister Katherine (Batsford) Farmar. widow of Jasper Farmar, Jr.; no further record found.
    Person ID I21056  Frost, Gilchrist and Related Families
    Last Modified 26 Sep 2018 

    Family 1 --- GAMBLE 
    Children 
     1. Richard FARMAR,   b. Abt 1653,   d. 1691, Aderrack, County Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age ~ 38 years)  [natural]
     2. Jasper FARMAR, Jr.,   b. Abt 1653, of Garranekennefeake, County Cork, Ireland Find all individuals with events at this location,   d. Between 25 Sep and 10 Nov 1685, At sea Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
     3. Samuel FARMAR,   b. Bef 17 Sep 1657  [natural]
     4. John FARMAR  [natural]
     5. Mary FARMAR  [natural]
     6. Katherine FARMAR,   d. Between 10 Nov 1685 and 31 Oct 1686  [natural]
     7. Charles FARMAR,   d. Between 10 Nov 1685 and 31 Oct 1686  [natural]
     8. Robert FARMAR,   d. Between 10 Nov 1685 and 31 Oct 1686  [natural]
     9. Elizabeth FARMAR,   d. Bef 25 Sep 1685  [natural]
     10. --- FARMAR,   d. Bef 10 Nov 1685, At sea Find all individuals with events at this location  [natural]
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    Family ID F9309  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart

    Family 2 Mary BARSFORD 
    Children 
     1. Edward FARMAR,   b. 1672,   d. 3 Nov 1741, Whitemarsh Township, Philadelphia [now Montgomery] County, PA Find all individuals with events at this location  (Age 69 years)  [natural]
     2. Sarah FARMAR,   d. Aft 31 Oct 1686  [natural]
    Last Modified 26 Sep 2018 14:55:00 
    Family ID F9310  Group Sheet  |  Family Chart